The Memory Maker is a unique scrapbook designed to make remembering the formative school years easy by keeping track of the significant events that take place from Kindergarten to Grade 7. The book's award-winning design makes it easy to create a comprehensive and lasting keepsake for your child.
The Memory Maker is conveniently divided into 8 vibrantly colored sections where kids can record their favorite things, their academic and extra-curricular achievements and all kinds of other milestones reached during the school year.
Each grade has its own giant pocket for report cards, drawings, and other important papers, and there's plenty of space set aside for photos. Using the provided, mess-free, Magic Dots photo adhesives, kids can arrange class pictures, team photos or images of friends and family in any layout they like.
Unlike other scrapbooks, The Memory Maker does not require a great deal of time or a Ph.D. in creativity to complete. The book has a simple fill-in-the blank format and lots of room for photos and drawings which means kids can get as creative as they like without being overwhelmed by masses of blank space.
The Memory Maker is made with the highest quality acid-free papers, and it is built to expand with a double-wiro spine.
This book, full of memories in the making, is a gift that will last many lifetimes.
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Tips on using The Memory Maker:
1. Even if your child is finished Kindergarten, it doesn't mean it's too late to start The Memory Maker. We recommend starting the book any time from Kindergarten to Grade 3. If you've missed a year, you and your child can have fun filling in the blanks by talking about the past. If you get stuck try school or medical records, and newspaper archives. Best of all, you can put all the documents you've been accumulating into the useful pockets.
2. In the early school years, children will need help filling in The Memory Maker. Make it a special event and put aside some time to work on it together. Filling in the pages may just become a family tradition so that even when children are old enough to complete the book on their own, they will still come to you to do it with them.
3. Who's in the News? and What's in the News? can be used in many different ways. Write a headline, take a clipping from a newspaper, make a list of important events or fill the space with a photograph. You can concentrate on news of the world or news of the home, it's up to you.
4. Put your class picture on the red divider pages, as an introduction to each year.
5. We have included 2 sheets of Magic Dots with each book. These unique Australian photo adhesives are 100% repositionable and they easily rub off the backs of photos with only a finger.
6. There are 6 blank pages at the back of each book. Kids can take the book to school at the end of the year for their classmates to sign and write messages. These pages can also be used for extra photos and drawings.
7. We have used only the highest quality acid free papers which will not yellow or fall apart over time. However, it is only paper and if it is not treated with care, it will tear.About the Author:
Lara Shecter has combined her graphic design skills with firsthand knowledge of what appeals to children to create The Memory Maker.
Lara designed and self-published the book between interruptions by clients, children, and during many late nights in her home office.
The book you are holding is truly a labor of love. We hope you and your children will enjoy The Memory Maker for many years to come.
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Descrizione libro Bodega Books, 1999. Spiral-bound. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0968626408